Rap Snacks Foundation Expands ‘Boss Up Experience: Activate Your VSN’


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Dallas — The Rap Snacks Foundation, in partnership with WRLDINVSN: Activate Your Vision, is expanding the “Boss Up Experience” into a multi-city tour. Following its stop in Dallas on May 25, the tour will continue to Miami from August 31 to September 1, and then to New Orleans from November 22 to 23.

The Dallas event was hosted by Wise Intelligent, co-founder and president of Rap Snacks Foundation, as well as Marlon Watts and Nicholas Clark, founders of clothing brand WRLDINVSN. The company says the dynamic experience provides access to business insights beneficial for entrepreneurs of all stages of their ownership journey.

“The Boss Up Experience aims to convene young entrepreneurs and assist them in starting and growing their businesses,” Wise Intelligent says. “They get proper coaching and training at an affordable cost with like-minded individuals looking to cultivate thriving relationships.”

In addition to Wise Intelligent, Watts, and Clark, attendees will hear from a lineup of industry experts including Shabazz the OG (CEO/Host, Shabazz the OG) Tiffani Herron (host of “Exceptional Conversation” podcast), Timothy Dixon & Gabriel Moore (co-founders of Arts and Homage), Christian Sargent (CEO/Founder, Vicky Cakes), Ro Truitt (CEO, Wing World Restaurants), Nadja Manjon Mihalic (General Manager, WRLDINVSN), and more.

These experts will share their journeys and insights on leveraging funding, sales, marketing, entertainment, partnerships, management, and social impact through empowering session tracks including Marketing Mastery, Management Mastery, and Access To Capital Forum. The experience will also include an on-site pitch competition where one entrepreneur will win funding for their business, and a networking mixer that will close out the day.

“People need a safe place where they can deep dive into the complex aspects of what it really means to be a business owner and the Boss Up Experience offers all in an unmatched experience,” Watts and Clark said in a statement to The Rap Snacks Foundation.